Question about EliteGroup Computer ECS H67H2-M3 Intel H67 Motherboard - Micro ATX, Socket H2 (LGA1155), Intel H...
This is definitely a solid proof that the PCI card is broken but for doubt's sake, you can go to the BIOS and check for any conflicting setting e.g. Plug and Play and PCI working frequency as capture cards, video cards and sound cards requires high PCI bandwidth.. I don't think that this is an IRQ setting problem as you are using a Windows 7 Operating System which has a better way of handling IRQ requests compare to previous OSs and your mobo I believe, has ACPI support enabled. Although it is not recommended for recent motherboards to disable this and use Standard-PC mode, you can also explore this possibility.
Make sure your BIOS is updated as well and your video card drivers too.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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